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WSP/WSAB Multi Agency Safeguarding Training
Warrington Multi Agency Safeguarding Training

Warrington Safeguarding Partnership (WSP) and Warrington Safeguarding Adults Board (WSAB) are pleased to offer a programme of multi-agency training. This includes courses which are part of a rolling programme as well as new courses that will reflect the WSP and WSAB priorities and the changing agenda for safeguarding.

This programme will be regularly updated as information becomes available. If you can’t find what you are looking for, please visit our website at www.warrington.gov.uk/wsp or www.warrington.gov.uk/wsab.
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NEW Step by Step Guidelines !!
06 Aug
We have had a number of updates to the online portal over the past week. So to make it easier for our customers we have updated our step by step guidelines for processes and created an easy to access resource page to view them all in one place. All step by step guidelines can now by accessed by logging into the system and clicking on: Resources (at the top of the page) > Step by Step Guidelines. You will find guidelines on all the popular processes such as; how to purchase SLA’s and Services, how to make, amend and cancel Training bookings, how to run off finance reports and details on how to update your profile settings and alerts. If you think it would be useful for us to add any additional guidelines to the resource page then please email the details to Stephen McNulty: smcnulty@warrington.gov.uk
Speech & Language Therapy Team - Summer 2019 Newsletter
31 Jul
Please see attached Speech and Language Therapy Department summer 2019 newsletter.
Long-Term Sickness Customer Survey
30 Jul
Following discussion at the Schools' SLA sessions regarding the Long-Term Sickness Scheme, we have drawn together a survey to examine opinions relating the cost and scope of the provision, to try to gauge whether there is an appetite to consider changes to the rather straightforward way in which it currently operates. Current and potential users of the Scheme, we would urge you to download the survey (in the form of an Excel spreadsheet), and return via email, please, to GBradbury@warrington.gov.uk
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22 Aug
Health & Safety Awareness
Objectives for the session include: • To be able to describe the importance of health and safety in the workplace • To examine the current procedures and processes in relation to health and safety • To be able to identify the key responsibilities for themselves and their employers • To list a range of areas that are covered by HASWA 1974
28 Aug
Food Safety Level 2 (For School Catering Staff Only)
This course is for school catering staff only and has been tailored for their needs - if you inadvertently book on this course, your place will be cancelled
29 Aug
Connect 5 Session 1 - Brief Mental Wellbeing Advice
Connect 5 Session 1 session is practical and interactive, involves a PowerPoint presentation, large group discussion, small group work and exercises in pairs. Additional information is provided after the session in an electronic format. The three sessions which make up the Connect 5 Training Programme are accredited by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH). The Programme teaches evidence based techniques, such as cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) self-management skills, which attendees can pass on, through wellbeing conversations. Depending on how much one-to-one work you do with people experiencing poor mental wellbeing, you might find it useful to attend all three of the Connect 5 training sessions, just session 1, or just sessions 1 and 2. If you plan to attend more than one of the Connect 5 sessions, then you must attend them in numerical order, as each builds on the previous one. We recommend that the time between each Connect 5 session you attend, is not more than six months.